The Ethical Evolution Podcast

Episode 12

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8th Jan 2020

Change Making through Bio-genetics with Sharna Clermont

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My next guest is no stranger to getting behind the microphone with me. A great friend and an award winning chef she specialises in food that suits everyone’s lifestyle and DNA. After years as a personal trainer she noticed that not everyone is the same and wasn’t getting the same results. She was determined to find a way to get better results for everyone.

Sharna Clermont - also known as Sharna X Lee is a Bio-Genetic Health and Wellbeing Coach who is giving people extra time with their loved ones while aligning them with their health goals. Using a personal health system known as PH360, she delves into your health type, finding the best ways for you as an individual to leverage your DNA to live your best life, producing phenomenal results. This means finding out what you should eat, when to eat, where to eat, who to eat with, how to exercise and when, and also when and how you should rest. It’s really all about getting the manual of you that you wish you always had.

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Episode 11

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1st Jan 2020

Ethical Empowerment with Farmer Dave

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My next guest and I crossed paths over 8 years ago when I hosted a local LGBTIQ radio show called Get Your Queer On. I interviewed him then after he had come out to the nation on TV as a contestant on Big Brother. Soon after this reality tv experience he was used as a political football and was bashed for being gay in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley. Back then this wasn’t an easy conversation to have - luckily since then things have changed.

David Graham - best known as Farmer Dave graced our screens in 2006 as a Big Brother contestant and has since also been a contestant on Dancing with the Stars and has travelled the world as a model and political activist. Nowadays, Dave is better known for his work as a farmer and animal behaviourist, expanding his big heart, bush skills and kindness to the youth program called Ruff Track for kids aged between 13-17 who have gone off the rails to give them skills, engagement, education, a sense of self worth and community. They help to empower these young people by helping them establish trust and bonds with amazing working dogs. The 12 week journey sees them 'joining up' with a young dog at a similar stage in life to themselves and working together to accomplish daily goals of manners, communication, overcoming challenges, sheep herding, and fun dog Sports such as K9 Super Wall and DockDogs.

The RuffTRACK crew then takes this knowledge on the road with incredible community outreach programs and performances in schools across Australia.

Knowing Dave - this sounds like a match made in heaven.

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Episode 10

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23rd Dec 2019

Ethical Forestation Revolution with Ignacio Carcavallo from Treevotion

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My next guest was recommended to me by another guest in an exercise where they pay it forward. I was excited by their mission and the impact I can see them making globally to help the planet. Their entrepreneurial background on how to build a company means their skills can be used to scale a social impact business that helps create collective change.

Ignacio Carcavallo is a digital nomad and Founder of Treevotion with the key mission is to plant 1 billion trees around the world in the most needed areas, building global awareness and consciousness on deforestation, driving people to help and share what they do in order to inspire to help everyday. Every bracelet sold will fund the planting and follow up of 2 trees. I’ve bought my bracelet and selected to plant 2 trees right here in Australia and have received my certificate. Why don’t you join me and Treevotion in the forestation revolution.

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Episode 9

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18th Dec 2019

Ethical Business for Purpose with Sally Irwin

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My next guest is no stranger to a podcast with me. She has been the voice for modern slavery and human trafficking in Australia in recent years. After seeing the women in Germany being trafficked across eastern borders for sex and supporting them, she returned home to Australia, thinking we were immune to such horror. She soon discovered that the reality was that modern slavery did exist in Australia for tens of thousands of people and not just the sex trade - this made her angry and fueled her mission to create the Freedom Hub.

Sally Irwin is the Founder of Freedom Hub, which is a registered charity that equips survivors to live in freedom and they welcome volunteers and local fundraising events to help this cause succeed.

They also run a social enterprise café and retail store, which provides an opportunity for every Australian to choose ethically sourced products with no slavery in the supply chain, while making a difference in the lives of others. 100% of profits support the administration of our Survivor School.

With Freedom Hub cafes on the Gold Coast and in Sydney, along with an event venue focused on ethical event celebrations, this truly is a cause we need to get behind.

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Episode 8

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11th Dec 2019

Ethical Coffee with Karen Barnett from Montville Coffee

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When my Naturopath recommended I go organic I found it a bit daunting at first. Then when I found the right places for organic produce and products, I felt like I was home. Sometimes it can be difficult to get everything organic, but starting is the easiest part and it just flows from there. So when it came to the choice of choosing an organic coffee, I didn’t find it too difficult. The coffee I found was fair trade, which really means a lot - you’ll find that in this episode, it was organic, it was a Queensland company and it was also socially conscious. Oh did I mention the coffee is delicious too?

So my choice was Montville Coffee and from day 1 I was hooked! I was a bit chuffed to get the chance to speak to Founder Karen Barnett about their story and how they are one of the few B Corp certified coffee companies in Queensland. The more I got to chat with Karen, the more I could see her mission unfold and the impact they make locally and globally. So the next time you see a pack of Montville Coffee, grab one and give it a go - you are not just supporting a Queensland company, you’re also behind a global movement. Let’s talk coffee and global domination with Karen Barnett...

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About the Podcast

The Ethical Evolution Podcast
The Ethical Evolution Podcast brings you the stories of ethical business owners, change makers and holistic healers determined to create collective change in the world.
The Ethical Change Agency is proud to present incredible guests from around the world who will make you think, make you laugh and make you consider your place not the planet and how you can be a better human. Visit www.ethicalchangeagency.com for more information.

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Bindi Heit

Bindi (Belinda Heit) is a digital broadcasting specialist, delivering podcast production and publication services, content marketing and distribution to elevate your digital ecosystem and spread your message. The Ethical Change Agency is proud to present incredible guests from around the world on The Ethical Evolution Podcast who will make you think, make you laugh and make you consider your place not the planet and how you can be a better human.